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Christmas is slowly creeping up on us, which means it’s time to think about gifting for ourselves or our loved ones.So, what do you buy for the beauty obsessive in your life?With thousands of beauty offerings out there from fragrances, makeup, skincare and everything else in between, navigating through the deepest, darkest depths of beauty gift sets is seriously a hard feat.But don’t worry, our shopping experts are here to help. We have sifted through the good, the bad and the ugly to find the most coveted gems to add to your loved one’s vanities and beauty bags.Click through to find the best beauty gifts your loved ones will be excited to unwrap on Christmas Day.Yahoo UK is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. At times, Yahoo UK may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page.
Yahoo UK is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. At times, Yahoo UK may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page.Hair and makeup at London Fashion Week have, in the past, always been bold and super high-fashion, and for Spring Summer 2020, it has continued to fly that flag.We saw black lashes and bug eyes at Gareth Pugh, a smattering of glitter at House of Holland and Woodstock-themed face painting at Rixo.READ MORE: The most stylish street style looks from LFW 2019There was a nod to 80s/90s rave culture at Mark Fast, where Illamasqua’s director of artistry, Pablo Rodriguez, brought a pop of neon to the runway and pop punk pastels at Pam Hogg.But there was one particular beauty trend we noticed that can be easily created at home and worn every day.Natural beauty reigned supreme backstage, with makeup legends Val Garland, Pat McGrath and Neil Young championing dewy skin, natural eye makeup and neutral colour palettes.READ MORE: Billy Porter shut down London Fashion Week with 15 outfit changes in under 72 hoursWe saw skincare products such as Caudalie’s Beauty Elixir (£12) at Victoria Beckham, NARSskin Total Replenishing Eye Cream (£41) at Erdem and OSKIA Skincare’s new Super-C Beauty Capsules (£62) at Emilia Wickstead and MZ Skin’s Lift and Lustre Golden Elixir Serum (£210) was spotted at Huishan Zhang.Whether you choose to go bold, stay natural or somewhere inbetween, there was something for everyone that we predict will be the hottest looks next year.Click through to check out the best beauty looks by the makeup artists behind them, and the exact products they used to create them.